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  1. Renae A. Sauter:

    If you put gratitude at the center of your life, one day you will find it has completely taken over

  2. Henri Barkey:

    It is ridiculous, of course, there’s a conspiracy culture in Turkey that has taken over. I was taken aback, but you are dealing with journalists who are not journalists. They are hacks.

  3. Marco Rubio:

    Our party, after four states have voted, according to all the polls, is on the verge of being taken over. The party of Lincoln and Reagan is on the verge of being taken over by a con artist named Donald Trump.

  4. Tom Millar:

    It felt like pushing boulders up hills at the beginning, but once you got it to the top it was fantastic, and we struggled to hold onto it on the way down the hill as the momentum has taken over, the challenge now is : how does it encourage new funders to the table to make sure that we get over the line and do eliminate by 2020.

  5. Vivienne Westwood:

    He's so passionate about fashion that over the years he's just really taken over all the experimental stuff, he's just taken over and I've had to follow him and he calls me his muse, obviously I'm interfering and doing a few things as well ... And I just thought it's time that the public understood the truth of it. I think he's the greatest designer in the world.

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